Judge Kirk Johnson TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ A preliminary settlement of over $540 million pending in federal court in Pennsylvania could affect a similar case against Nationwide Insurance in an Arkansas circuit court.
Barack Obama (D) WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-All of the nation's state attorneys general have signed onto a brief to include references to God in President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration this month.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline)- Dell Inc., one of the world's largest computer companies, has agreed to pay $3.35 million to settle claims by 34 state attorneys general that it used deceptive financing and warranty practices.
A Jefferson County man and his business have filed suit against Texas Windstorm Insurance Association, alleging the company did not honor a claim to which he was entitled after Hurricane Ike damaged his business.
A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against Underwriters at Lloyd's London, Crawford and Company and one of its adjusters, alleging she was not paid money to which she was entitled after Hurricane Rita destroyed sections of her home.
Mostyn A Jefferson County man has filed suit against Capitol County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, ICA Adjusters and two of its adjusters, alleging he was not paid money to which he was entitled after Hurricane Rita destroyed sections of his home.
The executor of a deceased woman's estate has filed suit against Allstate Texas Lloyd's and one of its agents, alleging the agent and the company assured him there was insurance on a property when there was none.
A Beaumont couple has filed suit against Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital and two of its doctors, alleging the man suffered multiple injuries after doctors delayed seeing him for several hours.
A Jefferson County couple has filed suit against Texas Farm Bureau Underwriters and one of its agents, alleging the agent and the company assured them there was insurance on their property when there was none.
Steve Mostyn A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against Capitol County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, ICA Adjusters and one of its employees, alleging she was not paid money to which she was entitled after Hurricane Rita destroyed sections of her home.
With the Texas Legislature going back to work this month in Austin, several readers reminded me that while this column has looked at lawyers and judges behaving badly, it hasn't devoted much space to chronicling the foibles of those who actually make the laws.